Magdalena Kapinos is an artist from Szczecin, Poland who creates digital paintings that borders between surreal and abstract forms. Working primarily digitally, Magdalena renders figures and abstract elements in a loose, expressionistic style that is interspersed with tightly-controlled, illustrative elements.
Berlin based illustrator, Melissa Murillo , better known as “Meyoko” articulate a creative predominance that is a direct line to the darker of Art Nouveau. Executed in edge free hand, with a fountain pen Black China ink and more recently Gold, the artworks by Meyoko are like open doorways to a microcosmic wilderness populated by divine entities and mythical creatures which intermingle and amalgamate to one another until they ultimately resemble, abstract and hybrid worlds partly vegetal - partly animal. Forests made of luxuriant hair are inhabited by tattooed flowers and plants ;by ravens and hummingbirds with strange silky bodies in place of feathers. An organic apotheosis executed with extreme minutia and with a creative sensibility
Meyoko fearlessly attempts to dissect the depths of human nature itself and she does it with surgical precision. Her work often incorporates emotions such as melancholia, vulnerability, the fear of abandonment yet she confronts them with dogmas such as utopianism, heroism or humanism to achieve a narrative dialogue of intense poetry.
Oils on Linen and woodpanels
Patricia Traub is one of the finest painters of animals practicing in our time. Her most recent paintings attest to this notion. Her interest in animal painting and conservation led to studies in zoology and taxonomy at the University of Pennsylvania and ornithology at Cornell, as well as work with primatologist Dr. Birute Galdikas at Camp Leakey, Indonesia, on her orangutan project.
Obras en Diálogo / Flavia Mielnik
Flavia Mielnik, bachelor of Fine Arts, located in the demolished house ruins a way to express the memory of those space that no longer exist. Through drawing, she draws everyday objects and scenes, where she looks for forms that brings closer the architectural space to the memory space, reconstructing hypothetical atmospheres lived environments.
Flavia Mielnik, licenciada en bellas artes, encuentra en la ruina de las casa demolidas una forma de expresar la memoria de aquellos espacio que ya no existen. A través del dibujo, y dibujando escenas y objetos cotidianos, donde busca formas que acercar el espacio arquitectónico con el espacio de la memoria, reconstruyendo atmósferas hipotéticas de ambientes vividos.
Video: Quadro 122
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